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Embracing Love and Tech in Large-Scale “Play/Date”

A mashup of fact with fiction (and marketing).

Michael Lewis Tackles Markets, Technology in “Flash Boys”

The stock market is rigged. What else is new?

Exhibition Offers Digital Design Utopia

Digital technology and manufacturing can change the world.

Improv and ArtsEdTech with The Engaging Educator

People think "improv" equals "standup" – so not true. Improv is all about communication.

An Assistive Technology Talk with Mark Coppin

How assistive technology is revolutionizing education.

Fashion Fights the Tyranny of the Cloud

Designer Rachael Reichert blends fashion and film in a cautionary tale.

Jack Hidary: A Mayoral Hopeful Who Gets ArtsEdTech

If you don't know Jack, you don't know Jack.

Where Arts, Education and Tech Fanatics Gather

Since launching ArtsEdTechNYC a few weeks ago, the author finds things suddenly are en fuego.

Art-Provoking Thought

Paralyzed former teacher paints using tech and brainwaves.

The Artistry of Meaningful Communication is Dead

Is our reliance on technology killing our ability to genuinely communicate with one another?

The Arts Nonprofit Career: How High Will You Choose to Fly?

Not straying away from expectation and letting fear freeze you dead in your tracks.

Preaching to the Arts/Culture Choir: Change or Face an Empty Room

Forward thinking around communication is not a novelty.

5 Reasons Why Your Smartphone Camera Sucks

Professional filmmakers use professional cameras for a reason.

Trimming the Lunatic Fringe

Is Karl Lagerfeld a genius, or just plain crazy? We interview him to find out.

Kaput: The Part of Artnet that Non-Millionaires Care About

The clever, gossipy art magazine is a victim of corporate raiding.

Live-Streaming Play Production Announces Casting, DP

Passing the $10,000 mark on a Kickstarter campaign to coalesce theater and technology.

The Era of Live-Streaming Live Theater Has Arrived

Born of today's technology, a new paradigm could launch an entirely new dramatic form.

Week Ending July 30: A Flap About Tweeting at the Theater

Plus a discussion about endowments -- and how to tap them.

Ohio Theatre, 3-Legged Dog Become Domestic Partners

Bringing together two of the most active centers for arts production in New York under one roof.

Guests Unveiled for Arts, Culture and Technology Meetup at 3-Legged Dog

Did you know YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world right now? That's crazy.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?